Mr. Hamm surveyed this cemetery in 2003.
BROWN SPRINGS OR DRIPPING SPRINGS OR REFUGE SPRINGS is an abandoned cemetery located on a hill in the southern part of Love County just north of the Red River. Old timers say that this cemetery was started by outlaws who liked the area because of advantage of high ground. This was a refuge from the Texas Rangers and was also in Indian Territory. They say several outlaws are buried here. It is very run down and many of the stones have disappeared. It is located in 2E, 9S, Section 31.
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|BIVIN||J H||26 DEC 1838||26 DEC 1890|
|BIVIN||T H||18 DEC 1833||DEC 1880|
|BURKHART||GEORGE W||4 OCT 1834||21 SEP 1884|
|EVANS||MARY E||9 APR 1881||1 DEC 1885|
|GRANT||AMANDA MELVINA||29 DEC 1867||10 MAR 1868|
|HANEY||BABY||30 MAY 1900|
|HOUSE||J||12 JUN 1881||25 NOV 1884|
|HOUSE||J W||27 APR 1867||11 APR 1885|
|LOVE||ISSAC J||20 DEC 1878|
|STEWART||B M||28 FEB 1850||5 JAN 1906|
|STORY||MANDIA||13 OCT 1850||3 FEB 1873|
|VINYARD||A R||9 DEC 1840||18 JUL 1901|
|WILSON||BABY||8 FEB 1885|
|WILSON||M D||7 APR 1865||28 FEB 1885|
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